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a connection between the george washington bridge lane closures and members of governors chris christie's own office, governor christie announced publicly he had cut ties with two of his very senior staffers. his deputy chief of staff bridget anne kelly who sent an e-mail that said "time for traffic problems in ft. lee," he fired her and his campaign manager. >> i was disturbed by the tone and behavior and attitude of callous indifference that was displayed in the e-mails by my former campaign manager bill stepien. and reading that, it made me lose my confidence in bill's judgment. and you cannot have someone at the top of your political operation who you do not have confidence in. >> governor chris christie announcing he had fired the man who he twice put in charge of electing him governor of new jersey, who he just put forward to run the republican party of the state of new jersey and widely expected if not to run entirely at least take part in managing the governor's own run for president of the united states in 2016. governor christie fired bill stepien the first day that the governor apo
that up. now, on bridgegate you recently wrote about chris christie and bridgegate, chris christie the amateur is the title. it appears to be not an aberration, but merely an ugly example of a method of operation that utilized all the brute force of the political machine and none of its finesse. so it looked like the christie gang was -- they thought they were caught in tammany hall, but they didn't understand the finesse part. >> exactly. they were amateurs. you pointed out on the show several times. for example, when the christie team released that ridiculous press release that attacked wildstein's high school record and such. i remember you sort of said who are these people? and that's precisely the question that should be asked. the thing is, chris christie, and others in american politics have sought to demonize politics. they prosecuted politics. they've looked upon our fellow politicians, not as colleagues, but as people sho should be on a perp walk. when you start looking at politics that way, when you look at the person opposite of you as a prospective felon, things don't
't complain. they just want her to win. do you want to talk about this or chris christie? >> i can talk about both of them. >> would you like to have christie to set it up? >> sure. >> here you go. >> what do we do? >> elect a new president. that's what you do. >> yay! >> we're going to elect a new president either way, right? >> exactly. libertarians and conservatives by nature dispice government, but it's time to get over that. the point in running is not to be a public servant. we want to make money. but it's to prevent the others from becoming public servants. it's like you don't want to drive a bus for the living, but if the brus driver is drunk and naked, you have to pum him out of the seat. they have to run government to save government from itself. it's time to win, baby, as al davis would say, and barbara bush is right. there's a nation of 313 million. only five people are qualified and they're from the same family? come on. >> what do you think, dana? >> you know where i am on that, bob. let me ask you on democrats. if hillary clinton decides not to run, what are the democrats going
's the way the markets read it. >>> it's 41 minutes after the hour. new jersey governor chris christie caught in the middle of a political scandal. of course, so many questions. the fbi investigating. but are these accusations hurting his standing with new jersey voters? we have new numbers just released this morning coming up next. ♪ [ banker ] sydney needed some financial guidance so she could take her dream to the next level. so we talked about her options. her valuable assets were staying. and selling her car wouldn't fly. we helped sydney manage her debt and prioritize her goals, so she could really turn up the volume on her dreams today...and tomorrow. so let's see what we can do about that... remodel. motorcycle. [ female announcer ] some questions take more than a bank. they take a banker. make a my financial priorities appointment today. because when people talk, great things happen. make a my financial priorities appointment today. and it feels like your lifeate revolves around your symptoms, ask your gastroenterologist about humira adalimumab. humira has been proven to work for a
william terrell, secretary p.j. crowely, good t o see you both. >>> checking the news feed, chris christie holds his third town hall meeting since the bridgegate scandal broke. his former campaign manager could be the target of a federal criminal investigation. the report says that federal agents are calling and showing up unannounced. >>> we're getting a good picture now of just how much last fall's government shutdown cost the country's national parks. interior secretary sally joule said 8 million fewer people visited and that resulted in the loss of about $414 million. joule called the shutdown a reminder just how important national parks are for local economies. >>> pope francis unintentionally had a holy slip of the tongue during his weekly address when he made a small and common mispronunsuation of an italian word, which, of course, itali italian's not his native language, it turned out to be the italian version of what we call the "f" word. pope francis tweeted, "in life we make many mistakes, let us recognize our errors and ask forgiveness." he's so cool. >>> and what's a bronze me
but not injured. >> a big deadline today for two former staffers of governor chris christie. briget kelly and bill steppen, both fired, have refused to comply with subpoenas in the bridgegate investigation. today their lawyers will defend their refusal and explain why they don't have to turn over documents. kelly cut ties with chris christie after her infamous e-mail, "time for traffic problems in ft. lee." >> a high ranking former al qaeda spokesman, sulaiman abu ghaith, will go on trial today. critics have argued the trial should be held in a military court. >> and good morning, my friends, you look amazing given the long night. >> oh, what long night? it's just an early morning, that's all it is. let's take a look at the oscar edition of what's trending. the searing period drama "12 years a slave" won best picture, making it the first movie from a black director to win the academy's highest honor. after dominating the award season, matthew mcconaughey won the best actor award for his riveting performance in "dallas buyers include," cate blanchett earned top honors for her role in "blue jasmine.
conservatives. another person to watch is chris christie, the embattled new jersey governor, who is coming ac, which hek at cp was not invited to last year. ropes in hisn the own state, could he get conservatives to rally? if he can, it could help him for a possible 2016 run. host: you travel to new jersey recently. trenton have been to too often. host: what is the sense now? guest: they are not moving forward on fresh ground. you have a lot of chris theytie's former aides, are under not only state investigation, but investigation from the u.s. attorney. federal investigation is ongoing. the problem for chris christie is he might not be in the crosshairs right now, but as the cloud continues to loom, that is a political problem for him. , any before we leave cpac comments or thoughts on what they will say about the ukraine? what are the speakers talking about the situation? guest: i tweet -- guest: i tweeted over the weekend that they are probably rewriting their speeches. i spoke with senator paul and he was talking about the need to be careful on how the u.s. proceeds with the ukraine. he d
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